Posts tagged "Brandon Manumaleuna"
First, congrats to Shady – the man the fans decided should enjoy Bears v. Pats with Noah and myself Sunday. I can’t remember the day Shady first started commenting but he’s been here an awful long time and it’ll be a pleasure to have him buy me a beer (or 3). Shady, send me an... Read more »
The news has just broken in New York that Mathias Kiwanuka is out against the Bears Sunday night at the New Meadowlands. With Osi Umenyiora a non-factor these day, the pass rush is thrust onto the shoulders of Justin Tuck. This should allow the Bears to sit Brandon Manumaleuna over there all afternoon. Other injury... Read more »
In front of what will feel like Soldier Field Sunday night, the Bears attempt to shock the football world and open 4-0. YOUR BIG GAME 2010 CHICAGO BEARS over New York Giants Why do I like the Chicago Bears this week? I always like the Chicago Bears. The Giants linebackers and defensive backs don’t match... Read more »
Three days till the unofficial start of the 2010 Chicago Bears season and I can’t lie: I’m starting to buy the hype coming out of Bourbonnais. A year ago I spent the summer trying to curb the enthusiasm of the fans, repeating my belief that the Bears would take until mid-season to find an offensive... Read more »
Somehow they did it. An organization that embarrassed itself for a majority of the 2009 season (and for every minute since that season ended) managed to inspire me for 2010. An ownership group that has suffered the dreaded “cheap” label for two generations set fire to their own frugality right underneath The Bean in Millenium... Read more »
Julius Peppers will sign a six-year deal worth more money that any of us can ever dream of making. He immediately makes both the defensive line and secondary better. He’s an elite player. And he’s on the Bears. Chester Taylor will provide the Bears with the best combination of running backs in the division and... Read more »
Brad Biggs reports that the league sources believe the Bears have interest in Brandon Manumaleuna, a tight end who specializes in putting a hand on the ground and keeping defensive ends away from quarterbacks. While any decision that makes the Bears stronger in the trenches is a wise move, the acquisition of Manu would raise... Read more »